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Workshop on Deportation

Deportation has (still) been a booming threat to the refugee women and this could be seen from the stories and discussions during our Women Breaking Borders Bus Tour 2018’s workshop in the southern region cities of Germany.

However much some of the women shared that they were already aware of the ways of stopping their own deportation, in case they were come for in their rooms, little did they know that due to the more tightened and reinforced asylum laws, ways of being taken by the police have drastically changed, from very unexpected time and places.

We needed to explain to them what Anker centres meant, and Seehofer being the responsible person, hence, that this system had already been implemented in Bayern and his plans will be to imply this system all over the country. They were appalled with these information since they had no clue, which also meant to us that they were lacking information and outside contacts.

Because of the Dublin cases that the refugee women have, most of their lawyers had been taking advantage of their cases i.e. there was so much money and time wasted, whereas those lawyers weren’t processing their cases until it was very late, late in time for them to be deported.

During our workshop, it was also important to mention that despite our culture, religion and countries of origin differences, we still face these racist and discriminated asylum laws together. We also encouraged them to interact with outside contacts because those are places where they could get more information and receive solidarity support.

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